After LG introduced the Gram SuperSlim in April in the USA, a variant of it is now also available on the German market.
The Gram SuperSlim uses a 13th-generation Intel Core i7 and a 15.6″ OLED display in 16:9 format. The brightness is high at 400 nits and the color space coverage should be up to 100% DCI-P3, which is typical for OLEDs. However, the name SuperSlim comes from a weight of just 990 grams and a maximum height of 12.55 millimeters at the thickest point. It is currently the lightest 15.6″ notebook in the world that we know of and even undercuts recently introduced 14″ devices. Only the somewhat outdated Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 15 has a similar score.
Further technical LG Gram SuperSlim data can be found in the fold-out table.
So far, the notebook is only available from LG on the official website in the color Neptune Blue. The price is currently 1,699 euros, which appears to be a special offer at the start since the regular RRP is 2,099 euros.
Do you like the lightest 15.6″ notebook in the world so far, or would you rather go for a cheaper device with a 14″ and 16:10 display?